Scott E. Lee

Scott Lee

Professional Software Developer, Amateur Genealogist

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A Calendar Conversion Program
My hobbies are genealogy (family history) and software development. So, naturally I like to write software related to genealogy. One problem that genealogists run into is that historical documents sometimes give dates in calendar systems other than the modern Gregorian calendar. So, I wrote a program to convert these dates to and from Gregorian. If you are a C programmer you may want to download the source from here and incorporate it into your own programs.

Genealogy Links
These are collections of links to genealogy information. When I need to find something on the net, this is where I start.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
This is an extensive list of genealogy resources on the Internet compiled by Cyndi Howells.

Genealogy Resources on the Internet
This is an index of genealogy resources on the Internet. It includes Mailing Lists, USENET Newsgroups, anonymous File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Gopher, World Wide Web, Telnet, and E-Mail. It is compiled by Chris Gaunt and John Fuller.

History of Newton County Mississippi from 1834 to 1894
I decided to stop complaining about the lack of original genealogical source material on the Web and to do something about it. This is a book that was originally published in 1894, republished in 1964 and is now out of print. It contains hundreds of names of people that lived in the county and is a valuable resource for genealogists. I am in the process of scanning it with a flat bed scanner and using OCR (optical character recognition) software to convert it to a Web page so everyone will have access to it. I am also adding an index of all names mentioned. Hopefully it will be completely converted soon (depending on how much spare time I get to work on it).

This is a reproduction of a small pamphlet published in 1934 by A. B. Amis, Sr. It describes the religious, courtship and social customs of the 1870s and 1880s in rural central Mississippi.

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